SSA announced 20 travel grants to student, early-career and international members to participate in the 2024 Annual Meeting. The travel grants are made possible by generous donations to the Kanamori Fund, Annual Meeting Travel Fund, General Fund and Joyner Fund.
Student Travel Grant Recipients:
- Himanshu Agrawal, University of Edinburgh
- Sandra Donna Catugas, University of the Philippines Diliman
- Valeria Cortés Rivas, Northern Arizona University
- Megumi Fujimoto, University of Hawaii at Manoa
- Luce Lacoua, University of Otago
- Jean-Joel Legre, University of Rochester
- Cristina Lorenzo-Velazquez, North Carolina State University
- Siobhan Niklasson, New Mexico Tech/Los Alamos National Laboratory
- Erica Pietroniro, University of Ottawa
- Cherilyn Toro Acosta, University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez
- Codee-Leigh Williams, Victoria University of Wellington
- Liuwei Xu, University of California, Los Angeles
- Yurong Zhang, Michigan State University
Early-career Travel Grant Recipients:
- Shujuan Mao, Stanford University
- Swasti Saxena, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
- Katleen Wils, University of Innsbruck
International Travel Grant Recipients:
- Adrián-David García-Soto, University of Guanajuato, Mexico
- Boris A. Rösler, Center for Scientific Research and Higher Education at Ensenada
- Shihao Yuan, Colorado School of Mines/Victoria University of Wellington
European Seismological Commission/SSA Travel Grant Recipients:
- Elena Pascual-Sánchez, Universidad Complutense of Madrid
Want to help student, early-career and international members travel to the SSA Annual Meeting? Make a gift today!
Where will an SSA grant take you? Get your applications ready for this February’s upcoming grant programs!
- Through the Global Travel Grant program, SSA offers early-career and student members financial support to attend and present their research at scientific conferences and workshops anywhere in the world. The February application period covers travel from May through October. The July application period covers travel from November through April.
- Applicant must be an SSA student or early-career member in good standing for at least six months prior to open application period.
- The Paul Andrew Spudich Travel Grant program honors the late seismologist Paul Andrew Spudich by supporting travel for SSA student and early-career members who have a research focus on earthquake source physics or ground motion prediction.
- Applicant must be an SSA student or early-career member in good standing for at least three months prior to open application period.
- The SSA Community Grants Program accepts applications to support small scientific conferences, workshops and events that provide our members and future seismologists with opportunities for training, learning and networking.
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